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International Relations in Latin America

Peace and Security in the Southern Cone

By Andrea Oelsner

Routledge – 2005 – 288 pages

Series: Latin American Studies

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Description

This work studies the development of bilateral relations in two pairs of states (dyads): Argentina-Brazil and Argentina-Chile. It takes on a moderate constructivist approach that incorporates into the analysis of international relations the role of identities, ideas and perceptions as well as of material forces, and understands that the former are affected and changed during interaction. It also uses to securitization theory to explain how issues come or cease to be considered security matters through social constructions.

Contents

Part I. Introduction and Framework 1. Introduction 2. Theories of Regional Security and Peace Part II. Domestic and Regional Contexts 3. Domestic Conditions 4. Hemispheric Context Part III: The Dyads 5. Bilateral Relations Between Argentina and Chile 6. Bilateral Relations Between Argentina and Brazil Part IV. The Southern Cone and its Prospects 7. Regional Integration in the Southern Cone. 8. Conclusion. Appendix: Interviews

Author Bio

Andrea Oelsner is lecturer in International Relations at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. She holds a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

Name: International Relations in Latin America: Peace and Security in the Southern Cone (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Andrea Oelsner. This work studies the development of bilateral relations in two pairs of states (dyads): Argentina-Brazil and Argentina-Chile. It takes on a moderate constructivist approach that incorporates into the analysis of international relations the role of...
Categories: Politics & International Relations, International Relations, Comparative Politics